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Re: Bell Usage Meter counting LAN data?
Just to throw in my 2 cents. I live in the Toronto area, I have a sagemcom combo router and I can assure you that my LAN traffic is definitely not counted against my bandwidth cap.
I am positive people on this forum would be screaming bloody murder if it did. There would be calls for class action lawsuits and heads would surely roll.
There would be calls for class action lawsuits and heads would surely roll.
You'd see $2.17 after plaintiff's lawyer fees.
As long as the plaintiff's lawyers get enough money to satisfy them and the wronged consumers get "something", there would be a pre-trial settlement.
As to the heads rolling part, you can be sure that any 'settlement' Bell would agree to would be for less than what they overcharged, so it would be a net win for Bell.
/welcome to the real world
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